RESOLVED: The attention of federal minister Pakatan Harapan does not prohibit the elected representatives of people from the opposition from attending programs held at a public school hall failed to have a local party here.
The main information of Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), Dato Idris Buang, Minister of Education, commented on Dr. Maszlee Malik's commentary during his speech ending for the 2019 Budget in the Senedd on Monday that opposition MPs are required obtain permission from the Director of State Education to enter schools in their constituencies as discriminatory.
Such attention also violated the principle of democracy and freedom as set out in Article 10 of the Malaysia Constitution, which he noted.
"What is it (Maszlee) so scared when elected representatives of opposition parties come to schools? Are worried about us in politics as they used to do when they are in the opposition?" Said Idris.
Idris really said not only Pakatan Harapan (PH) who reigns as the people also voted for the opposition.
Federal PH then reminded that many schools are still in a ruined condition in Sarawak and so councils from these schools need help from their elected representatives of the Sarawak Party (GPS) Party Regulator & # 39; r state.
"Remember that we from the GPS and state government always give a hand to ensure that schools receive the help they can get. We also ensure that the welfare of students and teachers is being cared for , "he said.
He added that Prime Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has instructed that priority should be given to providing support to such schools although education and schools are under federal government.
"Where is Maszlee's sense of justice? It should be focused on the agenda to address the issue of ruined schools and the lack of Mathematics, English, Bahasa Malaysia and Science teachers in Sarawak.
"It should stop playing politics and causing damage over the color of school shoes and stockings," said Idris.
Exclusion of anti-party elected representatives from attending school programs out of political jealousy will not benefit the children attending school, stressed.
Meanwhile, Bersih 2.0 encourages Maszlee to abolish the divide direction to ban anti-party MPs from entering schools.
Bersih 2.0 said that if there are legitimate concerns about politicians entering schools, then the policy should apply to all politicians regardless of their connection.
"We do not question the right of the Ministry of Education to set policies or to provide guidance to protect schools from any negative influences, but we are questioning the implementation of regional policies," Bersih 2.0 said by means of a press release.
"Complaint often from opposition representatives during BN rule was that they were not allowed to enter public schools while BN representatives were allowed. Does the new PH government make the opposition what they are They opposed themselves when they were in the opposition? "